- 7 circles with a 5'' diameter - one red, one orange, one yellow, and two brown.
- 1 brown circle with a 3'' diameter.
- 5 circles with a 1.5'' diameter - one red, one orange, one yellow, and two white.
- 2 black circles in with a .5'' diameter
Once all the circles were cut, I folded the red, orange, and the larger of the yellow circles into eighths, and asked my assistant to cut the lines to form pie shaped wedges.
Finally, it was time to start gluing our turkey together. We started by gluing the white, and black circle eyes, onto the smaller brown circle head.
Then, we added two small wedges from the the red and orange circles, for the beak, and beard.
The head was glued to the larger brown circle body, and the two brown circle halves were added, as wings.
Two of the quarter wedges of yellow, and six of the larger eighth wedges of red, yellow, and orange (two for each color), were glued to the back of the turkey, for feet, and tail feathers.
Finally, I glued on a magnetic strip (part of the magnetic business card I cut apart for our scarecrow), for easy hanging...
...and we were done.
It's great to be a homeschooler.